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I need some info on the were abouts,and how much im gittin in over my head with changein the crankshaft positioning sensor on my 1994 lexus LS 400?

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It's not too bad of a project. Your CPS (Crankshaft Position Sensor) is located in the engine compartment, front engine area / driver's side, mounted in the engine block above the crankshaft pulley. I've provided a photo below to give you a better idea of what your looking for.

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To remove the CPS, simply disconnect the wire harness and remove the mounting bolt. From there, the CPS should slide right out.

When installing your new CPS, make sure to check the tip to ensure it came with a new spacer (will be attached to the tip). Thereafter, install the sensor until the spacer lightly touches the sensor ring. Tighten the sensor mounting bolt to approximatley 105 in.lb. and attach the wire harness.

Help this helps and good luck!

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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